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This sounds like a messed up installation that is hard to fix. Easier would be to install again with a live-usb/cd install. You can use a tool like Universal USB Installer to create a bootable USB stick or burn the image to a CD. wubi doesn't work very well in some cases so starting the live system and install will be much easier.
Considering that you are running Windows 10 and the last version of Wubi said that it does not support anything higher than 7, I would say that it could be dangerous to install Ubuntu this way. But hey, as long as you back everything up on your Windows partition and are willing to reinstall it all from scratch, I'd say give it a try! Sometimes the best way ...
You can use UNetbootin to install Ubuntu 15.04 from Windows 7 into a dual boot system without the use of a cd/dvd or a USB drive. I am writing this from a fresh Ubuntu 15.04 install using the method below. Step 1: Backup all your files...just in case Step 2: Defrag your C:\ drive [right click C drive>click on Tools Tab>Defrag] Step 3: Check for errors ...
Create a VM that uses a physical disk, then boot the VM with the iso. I'd recommend using VMWare for this, as I've found Virtualbox harder to configure. I'd recommend using a complete disk for this. Using only a partition is possible in theory but I've never done it. Steps: 1) Delete all the partitions where you'll install linux. On Windows 7 / 8 do it ...
Download and install UnetBootin and then try burning it to USB. Some of the USB burners don't support USB Drivers while booting that might've caused the problem. Hope this helps!
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